Meet My Co-Coaches
Let me introduce you to my amazing team of co-coaches! They're not just colleagues; they're a group of passionate and skilled professionals who share my vision of making coaching accessible and effective. I've personally chosen each one for their dynamic energy and real-world know-how. Together, we're committed to creating a welcoming, diverse learning environment that truly resonates with the unique needs of our ADHD, autistic, and neurodivergent clients. So, come on in and get to know the faces behind the success stories!
Lena Townsell, a lifelong creative spirit, started her artistic journey with her mother's encouragement in painting and drawing to stay calm and focused. Exploring various mediums like ceramics, sculpture, and found object work, she's also adept in digital art and photography. Studying Art Therapy at George Washington University, Lena aspires to be a Clinical-Community Psychologist. Her goal is to make therapy accessible to underrepresented communities, drawing from her upbringing on Chicago's West Side. Lena's mission is to empower individuals to be their best selves, using her artistic talents and cultural insights for deeper healing. With experience serving diverse groups, from young children to seniors, Lena is dedicated to positively impacting as many lives as she can.
If you're interested in working with Lena please send an email to email@example.com
In our culture, men are often encouraged towards stoic independence, but this can disconnect them from meaningful relationships with themselves and others. Ben Murphy has dedicated himself since 2017 to redefining masculinity, delving into the mythopoetic men's movement, rich with insights from psychologists and poets. This journey wasn't about finding definitive answers but exploring masculinity's diverse landscape. Moving beyond rigid categories, Ben's work fosters a relational and contextual understanding of masculinity. His approach, emphasizing curiosity over fixed definitions, is relevant not just to men but anyone shaped by societal narratives of masculinity. Ben invites everyone to a transformative exploration of deeper relational experiences.
If you're interested in working with Ben please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay is an AuDHD coach, speaker, and advocate, focusing on helping clients thrive with ADHD, Autism, and CPTSD. She emphasizes authenticity - "I'm not the coach for who you wish you were - I'm here for the person you actually are." Lindsay's approach involves breaking down life's chaos into manageable parts, fostering honesty, often deeper than ever before. She stresses that growth can be uncomfortable, especially in crucial moments. Believing "all of us are pieces of one connected whole," Lindsay shuns client support that requires zero-sum narratives that require villainizing others. Her philosophy is about moving beyond blaming and self-shame, and she's committed to helping clients engage in the challenging work of changing their strategies and perspectives. Lindsay is the coach for those ready to embark on a transformative journey that will have bumps along the way.
If you're interested in working with Lindsay please fill out her free consultation form here.
Tiana has navigated the challenges of CPTSD, BPD, and ADHD for over two decades. Through her journey, she has developed skills to live a life aligned with her values, achieving peace and stability. Recognizing that emotions are transient, she focuses on the constancy of resilience. Tiana is dedicated to assisting individuals who face difficulties in daily activities, depression, self-sabotage, and finding the will to persevere.
Her approach to client support is grounded in self-compassion. Tiana specializes in aiding those with severe BPD symptoms and addresses issues like executive dysfunction. She is also adept in providing effective tools and skills for managing ADHD. Understanding the challenges of navigating a society that often fails to embrace diversity, Tiana reassures that with the right support and habits, thriving is possible beyond mere survival. She encourages anyone seeking guidance to reach out, offering a path towards empowerment and well-being.
If you're interested in working with Tiana please send an email to email@example.com
Jordan specializes in working with teens and college students, as well as their parents, to build a customized self-talk system within their child to help with self love, acceptance, and advocacy. In turn, this will lead them to have success in the real world in their specific way and helps ease the parents worries about the effect of ADHD in their children.
If you're interested in working with Jordan please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org